THIS AIN’T NO FAIRY-TALE BEDTIME STORY: RETAIL-VERSION OF HUMOROUS PC PUZZLE ADVENTURE GAME HAPPILY EVER AFTER OUT NOW IN

Brighton, April 10 th, 2012 – Happily Ever After, the new puzzle adventure game for PC, has got everything a classic fairy-tale needs: A fantasy realm, a queen, a wolf and a prince. Yet, everything’s so different in this parody game that it turns your view on the Brothers Grimm upside down: Mr Wolf, for example, is a smarmy mortgage advisor. The queen is evil. The prince is rather oafish and only charming by name. And Goldilocks, well, she’s got golden curls, yes, but other than that she’s only after her special tastes…

Happily Ever After, developed by Honeyslug Entertainment, is a humorous puzzle adventure game for PC. Lace Mamba Global recently published retail versions in the UK and Ireland at a recommended retail price of £14.99.

The game takes place in the contemporary fairy-tale Kingdom of Unbelievaville.  After receiving a series of strange emails to their problem solving blog, players find themselves trapped in the Kingdom. Following a hostile encounter with the Evil Queen, their only way home is to help out the cast of familiar fairy-tale characters with unfamiliar problems.

Happily Ever After offers over 24 levels with over 100 different puzzles.  Players are set to enjoy many hours of gameplay with challenges including hidden object, logic games, mazes, spot the differences, riddles and more.  With its bite-sized puzzles and lavish comic book visuals, Happily Ever After is perfectly suited to casual gaming fans.  Add to this three fun arcade style mini games, multiple Story Mode endings and a sparkling script penned by TVs script writer Hannah McKay, this title is sure to appeal to puzzlers and adventure game fans of all ages.  


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